Skipper Ledley, currently out of action through injury, is the subject of the gatefold poster, as he answers questions on a whole range of topics and also talks to us about how proud he was watching the lads outplay Arsenal at Highbury on Saturday.
Meanwhile Robbie, who has been wearing the armband in Ledley's absence, discusses the importance of consistency throughout our campaign, the game which he believes was a turning point for us and his thoughts on the future.
Elsewhere in the programme, Chairman Daniel Levy sends a message to the supporters, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of our 1981 FA Cup triumph with Assistant Coach Chris Hughton, there's action from our Highbury draw and Clive Allen reflects on the end of the his Reserve teams' league campaign.
As always, we have the regular columns from Head Coach Martin Jol and Sporting Director Damien Comolli, first year trainee Greg Lake is profiled and with European football on everyone's minds, we take a look back at our 1963 European Cup Winners' Cup success in our Archive Memory slot.
So we sign off the home campaign with a bumper edition - make sure you get your copy! Please note that 50p from the sale of every programme sold will go to Sport Relief, a biennial event brought you by Comic Relief, in association with BBC Sport.
Club captain Ledley King and his current on-pitch stand-in Robbie Keane are the two main interviews in this weekend's matchday programme against Bolton Wanderers - the last edition of this season.